ox cart


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ox cart

nOchsenkarren m
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I would rather ride on earth in an ox cart, with a free circulation, than go to heaven in the fancy car of an excursion train and breathe a malaria all the way.
Cassia and Marcus flee a variety of perils by foot, boat, horse and ox cart, in a plot that has as many twists and turns as Londonium's busy streets.
Such is the islanders' fondness for their roof and four walls, some literally move them by ox cart - or even over water by raft - when settling in a new location.
An accordionist Such is the islanders' fondness for their roof and four walls, some literally move them by ox cart - or even over water by raft - when settling in a new location.
Travel by ox cart was slow, tedious, and often dangerous (Figure 4).
Rene Marques's The Ox Cart (La Carreta), about a family migrating from Puerto Rico to NYC, opens at the Greenwich Mews Theatre in Manhattan with Miriam Colon and Raul Julia.
Yesterday the ox cart, Today the bullet train, Tomorrow the marvel we can't yet imagine, Yet even the ox cart was moving toward it, Surely and patiently into the future.
Borrow a bicycle to explore the cinnamon and vanilla plantations, or travel by ox cart along the coast -- a traditional form of transport which remains from the islands early days.
For example, John Ireland, the governor of Texas from 1883-87, went by Ox Cart John to signal his opposition to railroad interests.
After navigating a 4x4 safari vehicle through the tropical forests, deep ravines and dense thick jungles of Panna, surprise palanquin dining awaits with a jungle dinner in an ox cart featuring Haandi dishes served in earthenware pots.
In 1873, when the male lawmakers would not allow her to formally address the lawmaking body, sister Abby Smith gave speeches outside public meeting places on an ox cart, on the town green.
An ox cart comes by, loaded with hay, just like I pictured it in the middle ages (thanks to the comic books I read growing up